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2 UNIT V TEST Emergence of the Modern World
(Renaissance, Reformation, Exploration, Colonies, New Patterns Trade, Absolutism and Enlightenment) Test – 5/5/2014 Regular Classes may make a 3x5 index card to use on the test

3 What South American civilization created huge designs
on the desert floor? a. Aztecs c. Nazca b. Inca d. Maya Answer C 10 Points

4 Which of the following occurred as a result of Martin Luther’s stand against indulgences?
Lutheranism spread first to England and Scotland, then to France and Italy. b. The Protestant Reformation began. c. Germany rejected Lutheranism and remained Roman Catholic. d. Henry VIII started a new religion in England called Anabaptism. Answer B 10 Points

5 temples, forts, and roads?
Which of the following were especially skilled builders of temples, forts, and roads? a. the Olmec c. the Incas b. the Aztecs d. the Maya Answer C 10 Points

6 Who wrote “Man is born free but everywhere is in chains”?
Locke c. Rousseau b. Montesquieu d. Voltaire Answer C 10 Points

7 An increase in business activity due to colonization caused
which of the following? a. Banks in Europe closed as more Europeans settled in colonies. b. Opportunities for investing decreased. c. The development of capitalism in Europe was delayed. d. A new class of wealthier merchants emerged in Europe. Answer D 10 Points

8 The Ninety-five Theses were written in Latin because
they were intended for church leaders. b. Latin was the vernacular. c. Luther intended them for a mass audience. d. Luther could not write in any other language. Answer a 10 Points

9 How did the French and Indian war effect the relationship
between the American colonies and the English government? a. led to resentment between the colonies and England c. caused taxes to be raised in the colonies to pay for war debt b. the American colonies turned to the French for support d. both a and c Answer D 10 Points

10 The Spanish colonial economy was based largely on
exports of Native American weaving and pottery. b. fur and fish trading. c. the mining of gold and silver. d. tobacco farming. Answer c 10 Points

11 The Aztec Empire grew wealthy through
rich farmland and control of excellent hunting ground. b. rich natural resources. c. tribute and trade. d. the sale of slaves. Answer C 10 Points

12 The ultimate goal of the early Portuguese explorers was to
find a water route around Africa to India. b. discover new lands. c. spread Christianity. d. explore the coast of Africa. Answer A 20 Points

13 Who argued that people had a right to overthrow a government that does not protect their natural rights? a. Locke c. Newton b. Voltaire d. Hobbes Answer A 20 Points

14 which of these at its base?
Ulrich Zwingli founded a church in Switzerland that had which of these at its base? a. theocracy c. democracy b. humanism d. secularism Answer A 20 Points

15 What was the consequence of the Maya practicing slash and
burn agriculture? a. farming provided for all of their needs c. they were able to sustain their civilization b. the Maya replanted the areas that were deforested which allowed for them to flourish d. through deforestation the Maya damaged their environment which led to their decline Answer D 20 Points

16 What was one consequence of the Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press?
slowed down the spread of information c. printed material became more expensive b. allowed information to spread d. literacy rates decreased Answer B 20 Points

17 Sailors could calculate their location based on the position
of the sun and stars in relation to the horizon with the a. compass. c. astrolabe. b. caravel. d. nautical map. Answer C 20 Points

18 French settlers in Canada were mainly
traders. c. farmers. b. conquistadors. d. slaveholders. Answer A 20 Points

19 The ultimate goal of early English, Dutch, and French explorers was to
find a short southern route to Africa. c. colonize North America. b. find gold and silver in the Americas. d. find a passage to Asia. Answer D 20 Points

20 One outcome of the Council of Trent was that
Lutherans rebelled against Church decrees in Sweden and established a theocracy. b. the distinction between Catholicism and Protestantism blurred. c. Austria and Poland returned to the Catholic Church. d. Charles Borromeo helped return most of Germany to the Catholic Church. Answer B 20 Points

21 “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short”?
Which of the following writers described life in nature as “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short”? a. Thomas Hobbes c. William and Mary b. John Locke d. Samuel Pepys Answer A 20 Points

22 took the risk of investing in overseas trade because
During the rise of capitalism, European investors willingly took the risk of investing in overseas trade because a. the rising demand for goods drove prices higher. b. their governments rewarded them with political appointments overseas. c. they were committed to spreading Christianity around the globe. d. they objected to new food products being introduced in their home countries. Answer A 20 Points

23 Planters in the Americas began to use African slaves for labor because
African slaves were less expensive than Native American slaves. b. Aztecs refused to work on plantations. c. they believed Native Americans were not human. d. disease had killed millions of Native Americans. Answer D 20 Points

24 between Europe and the Americas?
Which of the following best describes the food exchange between Europe and the Americas? a. Europeans brought wheat, sugar, and sheep to the Americas, and took corn, potatoes, and turkeys to Europe. b. Europeans brought squash, peanuts, and tobacco to the Americas, and took sheep, turkeys, and pigs to Europe. c. Europeans brought tomatoes, potatoes, and wheat to the Americas, and took horses, beans, and rubber to Europe. d. Europeans brought coffee, corn, and potatoes to the Americas, and took rice, wheat, and oranges to Europe. Answer A 20 Points

25 Which of the following was one result of the Treaty of Tordesillas?
Spain took control of Brazil. b. The Portuguese Empire was larger than the Spanish Empire. c. The British Empire was larger than the Portuguese Empire. d. The Spanish Empire was larger than the Portuguese Empire. Answer D 30 Points

26 Who became known as the Sun King?
Louis XIII c. Henry IV b. Louis XIV d. Cardinal Richelieu Answer B 30 Points

27 Mercantilists would advocate that a nation do which of the following?
Buy more goods than it sells to foreign countries. b. Sell more goods than it buys from foreign countries. c. Import more goods than it exports. d. Remove all barriers to free trade. Answer B 30 Points

28 Which of the following was a challenge to the French
monarchy’s philosophy of “one king, one law, one religion”? a. absolute monarchy c. the Huguenots b. the Catholic Church d. German princes Answer C 30 Points

29 The economy of New France was based on
cottage industries. c. gold and silver mining. b. fish and fur trading. d. cotton farming. Answer B 30 Points

30 around the world today are of American origin?
Scholars estimate that how much of all food crops grown around the world today are of American origin? a. one-tenth c. one-half b. two-thirds d. one-third Answer D 30 Points

31 What led to the downfall of both the Inca Empire and the Aztec Empire?
climate change b. the arrival of Spanish explorers c. internal warfare between city-states d. a massive meteor that caused catastrophic damage Answer B 30 Points

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